Microsoft adds two more games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Microsoft today added two more games to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list, which contains a combination of Xbox and Xbox 360 games that are playable on the company's latest generation of gaming consoles. Today's additions were both originally made for the Xbox 360, including Rumble Roses XX and Zone of the Enders HD Collection.

The company typically adds new games to the list on Tuesdays, although it didn't last week, probably due to the holiday on Monday. Two weeks ago, it was Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and the week before that, it was two Tomb Raider games.

Rumble Roses XX ($14.99)

The sexy and extreme wrestling action game, Rumble Roses, is back in high-def sexiness! Thrill in the drama of tag matches to the visual feast of its legendary entrance scenes. Customize not just your character's chest, waist and hip, but her muscles and costumes, too! Compete in penalty matches, where the punishment for losing is severe: Limbo dancing? Writing letters using her hips? Acting like a cat? Get your best shots discreetly and upload them online!

Zone of the Elders HD Collection (not available for purchase)

The HD remastering process has made Z.O.E. even more striking, re-igniting the thrills for long-time fans and blowing away those discovering the game for the first time. Either way, players will find a combination of hardcore gameplay and compelling story that has become all too rare in this day and age.

If you're looking for new games on the cheap, you should be checking out this month's Games with Gold, which offers four free games to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Currently, you have until September 15 to claim LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (Xbox 360) and until the end of the month to grab Prison Architect: Xbox One Edition (Xbox One). Also, as part of last month's offers, you still have a few days left to get For Honor Standard Edition (Xbox One).

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